Fashion is more than simply a way to dress your body; it also expresses your personality’s essence, and it has no gender. The groom and the guests at the wedding, like the bride, are
important players in the entire ceremony and ritual. Men, too, want to look trendy and refined in their traditional and ethnic costumes as the wedding season approaches, so they may make their own distinct style statement.
Sharbari Studio is credited with introducing urban contemporary fashion, commonly known as men’s fashion, to India. Sharbari Studio’s new line of traditional men’s attire is ready for this wedding season, with a unique combination of ethnicity and modernity. For this wedding season, Sharbari Studio believes Sherwanis, Kurtas, Dhotis, and casual Jackets will dominate.
Kanaklata and Amalin Datta believe in staying linked to our rich past, sense of fashion, and traditional crafts rather than following any one trend. They mostly work with silk fabric to represent our exquisite craftsmanship in a contemporary light. Their classic Bengal Silk Pirans, Silk Embroidered Dhoti, Bangalore Raw Silk body fitting Angrakha, and multi-hued embroidered Silk Kurta will provide an attractive and sophisticated touch to your style statement, this wedding season.
Sharbari Studio, driven by the indomitable spirit of Amalin and Kanaklata Datta, son and daughter-in-law of Late Sharbari Datta. Being the ‘Most Emerging Fashion Brand of The Year (Kolkata)’, Sharbari Studio emphasizes bright color, hand embroidery, and amazing craftsmanship for this wedding season. Their classic fusion art-wear will redefine and relive your wedding ceremony one notch higher with a touch of glam.